D-Day: The Soundtracks
The main vocal of Red Velvet, Wendy, released the 1st soundtrack for D-day, titled Let You Know (아나요), along with an instrumental which came out after the 7th episode on October 16, 2015.
Listen the audio of Red Velvet’s Wendy’s D-Day OST Part 1 – Let You Know (아나요) below!
The South Korean singer, Jung Dong-ha, released the 2nd OST for D-Day, titled The Day (그날까지), along with the instrumental on October 23, 2015.
Listen the audio of Jung Dong-ha’s D-Day OST Part 2 – The Day (그날까지) below!
The member of legendary boy-group, Super Junior, Kangin, released the 3rd OST for D-Day, titled Like Memories and Wounds (Memories) (추억인 듯 상처인 듯 (Memories)) along with the instrumental on November 13, 2015.
Check out the music video of Super Junior’s Kangin D-Day OST Part 3 – Like Memories and Wounds (Memories) below!
5 Reasons Why You Should Watch D-Day
1. The amazing storyline and plot
Beside the the twist on the genre, D-day brought another perspective of K-drama, as it becomes a series with alternative plots ranging from the romantic, medical, funny, and natural disaster stories that occur in the capital city of South Korea.
2. Superb CGI with top actors
www.tumblr.comEvery drama or movie which has a natural disaster scene must have a lot of high production costs, since they need dramatic views as well as a first-rate cast. With D-Day, they have great CGI (Computer Generated Image) technology that made the scenes of the earthquake and the damage it causes look totally real.
All of the damage scenes from D-day came from the natural disaster and the action sequences throughout the episodes that made skyscrapers, cranes, and transportation go down after the earthquake, and the CGI made the scenes looked realistic.
Meanwhile, the cast is full of professional actors at the top of their field. Some of them have been paired with each other as couples, such as Lee Hae-sung with Jung Ddol-mi, and Han Woo-jin with Park Ji-na.
3. Chemistry and background story of each characters
Most of the time, the main cast of a television drama are the ones who drive the storylines. The supporting roles aren’t as important as the lead roles. But in D-day, we can see that each characters have their own image and personality and contribute to taking the drama to another level.
D-day is filled with amazing and talented actors who have previously starred in high-rating dramas or movies, such as Kim Young-kwang, Jung So-min, Ha Seok-jin, Yoon Joo-hee, Lee Sung-yeol, and other legendary actors such as Kim Sang-ho and Lee Kyoung-young.
Every member of the cast supports each other although they have different background stories, filling the drama with funny moments beside the romantic and tense atmosphere.
4. Life quotes
Every movie or drama must have their own life quotes based on the storyline. In D-day, we can see many tragedies that happen in people’s lives and their perceptions of the events. Let’s check out some quotes from drama D-day below!
5. Mixed feelings from every episode
As previously mentioned, D-day is a drama with an unpredictable storyline and plots that blur the lines between several genres, but it comes with a realistic situation and lets the viewers learn new things about life from each character’s perspective.
Each character in the drama also brings their own story from their life, and they all connect to the plots of the drama, taking viewers on an emotional roller coaster in every episode.
D-day uses a story of humanity and realism to highlight the fact that we should help people no matter what they come, or are rich and poor. Life is not all about the happiness but it isn’t sad either.
Well, that’s all the information on this great drama. Watch this drama when you’re in the mood for some excitement!